Neuberger Berman Names Saltzman VP

Jan 30 2012 | 12:31pm ET

New York-based wealth manager Neuberger Berman Group has tapped AllianceBernstein alumnus Brian Saltzman as an advisor and vice president in its New York City office.

Saltzman spent three years as a financial advisor for AllianceBernstein, advising both individuals and institutions. Prior to that, he served nearly seven years as a sales performance and relationship management consultant at Huthwaite, coaching and developing sales leaders for Fortune 500 companies. Earlier, Brian was a vice president of sales and marketing for FlexMind.com, a human resource outsourcing firm, and held a variety of sales strategy and sales leadership positions at American Express.

In his new role at Neuberger Berman, Saltzman will focus on the investment, tax, and estate-planning needs of high-net-worth individuals. He reports to Kenneth G. Rende, head of Neuberger Berman Wealth Management. The firm manages approximately $193 billion in equity, fixed-income and alternatives assets for institutional and individual investors.  The high-net-worth team provides investment management, financial planning, and multi-generational trust and philanthropic planning services.


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